Database Research Summaries2018 Assessing the Impacts of Row Spacing and Fungicide Timing on Disease Control and Profitability in Double Crop Soybean Production Systems
The focus of this project is to conduct a set of replicated small plot studies in Delaware to research and collect data.
- Evaluate the effects of row spacing on disease development in double crop soybean systems.
- Evaluate the efficacy and utility of foliar fungicides for disease control and/or profitability.
Results will be updated once the project is completed.
This project will provide data on the efficacy and profitability of fungicides in double cropped systems; and also the impact of row spacing on fungicide efficacy and optimal timing.
For more information about this research project, please visit the National Soybean Checkoff Research Database.
Funded in part by the soybean checkoff.